A blog dealing with either the joy of cinema or the agony of cinema--nothing in between.
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Without Bias tells the story of Maryland basketball phenom Len Bias, who was drafted number one by the Boston Celtics in 1986, and died of a cocaine overdose a few nights later. This is an honest and moving remembrance by family and friends, as well as an examination of what his death did to this country, namely the upping of the stakes in the war on drugs. This is one of the best entries in the series.